School of Population Health

Do participants have exercises or other programs of work to complete?

Our short courses consist of a series of interactive workshops focusing on skills, knowledge and attitudes for application. You will commence the program by completing a self development action plan which will help guide your learning through the webinar and coaching sessions. After, you will complete 11-Hours of experiential learning where you will apply your newly acquired knowledge into your workplace. At the conclusion of the course, you will have the option to complete an assessment task towards obtaining a UNSW qualification.  Below is an example of the structure of our UNSW Health Management short course offerings:

Pre-work   Course prework will comprise of approximately 2 hours of pre-readings of relevant research papers, case studies or commentaries. In addition, students are required to spend approximately 1 hour creating a self-development action plan for use throughout the course.
Course   6 x 2-Hour engaging workshops through webinars over a 1-2 week block with critical reflections on evidence-based approaches through case studies. Focus will be on practical, take-away tools with interactive exercises and contemporary thinking which is immediately deployable in multiple healthcare settings and clinical contexts. You will hear from inspirational leaders in the field gaining their insights and lessons learnt.
Coaching   Virtual coaching following the webinar sessions to enable you to draw links between theory and your own practice.
Application   At the conclusion of the course, you will apply your newly acquired knowledge into your workplace within a supportive framework.

Satisfactory completion of an optional assessment task will enable you to gain 3 credit points towards an Executive Certificate in Health (total of 15 credit points required). The Executive Certificate in Health can be used as 6 units of credit of Recognised Prior Learning towards a postgraduate program in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine.